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Monday, December 17, 2018

AN OLYMPIAN DIET: The Gods on Calories

  Even the Olympian gods cannot agree on daily calorie counts. As he tucks into his diet of junk food, Zeus lays down his...

VIEW FROM NEW OLYMPUS – Moved to the Pillar of Hercules

‘Brexit? Brexit? Sounds like one of those laxative breakfast foods... bran flakes or something. It’s all that this bunch of humans seems to talk...

Olympus – Glass Ceiling on the Effuss Sea

  Zeus bemoans the state of a language under attack by acronyms. 'Why would anyone want a glass ceiling?’ Hermes tossed the question as lightly as...

JAZZING UP THE HOLIDAYS

  The Ministry of Culture announce The Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra will perform at the Gibraltar International Jazz Festival in St Michael’s Cave on Saturday...

BOUND BY THE BRUSH – A tale of three friends

Three lifelong friends exhibited their paintings at Sacarello’s last September in a talented display of innovative artwork that, being so diverse in style, meshed...

In the Eye of the Stormzy

  Ahead of the MTV Gibraltar Calling Music Festival, we delve into the background of one of the headlining acts, Michael Omari Jr – AKA...

THE HERETIC ORDER – Heavy metal with a touch of horror

Lurking in the inferno a shadow lies in wait. A conjuring will soon take place to send the malevolent messenger through the gates of...

WHAT THE FUNK?! – MalFUNKtion

words | Elena Scialtiel Expect razzmatazz with funky quartet MalFUNKtion, who were the true sensation of recent autumnal musical nights after an intense summer of...

RACHEL SIMKISS – From dance studio to art studio

Rachel Simkiss is the director of the Clarendon Fine Art Gallery located at 46 Dover Street, Mayfair; the heart of London’s premier art district....

STRAIT LOVE – The Last Fandango

The Rock of Gibraltar features in the opening paragraph of businessman Robin Hellaby’s debut novel ‘The Last Fandango’ published by Wishful Thinking. The paperback...